Hong Kong national security law: Activists say arrests confirm worst fears

Footage of the veteran lawyer, who has been practising in Hong Kong since 1997, was widely shared on social media. In it, Mr Clancey can be seen walking with a crutch as he is slowly led away by police. When a reporter asks if he has anything to say to Hong Kong people he replies, unfazed: “Continue to work for democracy and human rights in Hong Kong.”


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